Facebook is breaking its silence on its newfound interest in signing up content partners ranging from individual celebrities to sports leagues like the NFL to dramatically pump up the amount of live…
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As President Obama makes his rounds on major news nets to plead his case for limited military action against Syria, CBS and PBS may have landed the biggest interview in the hotly-contested…
"Argo" isn't done being nominated for awards yet.
Calling him an “activist” who “knows nothing about our business,” George Clooney had some harsh words for Sony investor Daniel Loeb. Loeb, who runs New York-based hedge fund Third Point Capital, has…
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''Community'' showrunner Dan Harmon is leaving the NBC comedy after three seasons.
Warner Bros. has acquired feature rights to "The Brotherhoods: The True Story of Two Cops Who Murdered for the Mafia" and set it up with Warner-based producer Dan Lin.
Top comediennes Rose Byrne ("Bridesmaids") and Anna Faris ("The Dictator") are set to join Rafe Spall and Simon Baker in Working Title's romantic comedy "I Give It a Year."
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